Can You Grow a Business – 4 Simple Questions Score Your Ability
Quick read – 300 words to provoke business solution thoughts for greater profits…
Simple math solutions are like solutions for business success. Much can be learned and discussed from this analogy. After all, it’s often said that those with more brain power and critical thinking abilities gravitate to the top.
Provoke and learn high-level business concepts to grow your revenue and profits by opening minds and examining all the intricate elements that comprise your business resources and capacity.
Many people scream, “Think outside of the box”. Sounds good, but in order to successfully think outside of the box, you must first understand exactly what the box is made of, what it contains and what it can be used for.
Please solve these 4 simple math problems in less than 60 seconds.
Each math problem is valued at 25 points, totaling a possible score of 100 points if all four questions are answered correctly.
Begin the timer now…
1. Solve this please 1+1 =?
2. Solve this please 1+1 x 0 =?
3. Solve this please 1+1 x 0 + 3÷3 =?
4. Solve this please 2 + 1 x 0 + 4 ÷ 4 =?
Answer Key: (#1) 2 (#2) 1 (#3) 2 (#4) 3 * if needed, the explanation of answers is at bottom
So how did you do on score?
In business it’s not always as simple as 1 + 1 = 2. Knowing the right order and sequence of steps to follow in business determines your success or failure.
Perhaps, the next exercise you undertake should involve getting better acquainted with your resources and capacity. Understanding exactly how your business processes work with your people when they go to win business in the market place is where most business leaders and their companies go wrong on a daily basis. What repercussions are you facing right now in business because of errors in your calculations?
We suggest this equation as a methodology for doubling and tripling your revenue and profits;
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“Think outside of the box”
Answer Explanation – To explain better between multiplication/division and addition/subtraction; multiplication and division both rank equally in the order of operations, therefore, you would do what comes first from left to right. The same goes for addition and subtractions. They both rank equally; therefore, you do whatever comes up first from left to right.